Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is sick of hearing about the super-scary Missouri program that sends citizens’ personal information to another super-scary federal database. He’s so sick of it, in fact, that he cracked just a little bit on Wednesday during a press conference. The bogus claims about the Department of Revenue scanning documents and shipping them off to the federal government started with a guy in Stoddard County, who’s trying to get a conceal carry license, and have built to a statewide fear-mongering advertising campaign.
After the resident saw his documents get scanned, he filed a lawsuit against the state. Here’s where it gets a little complicated. Missouri legislators passed a law (that Nixon signed in 2009) which barred the state from complying with a 2005 federal law called the REAL ID Act. Nixon said Wednesday that the state was following its own 2009 law and not helping the federal government build a database of personal information. Read more….
The University Township Republican Club will have as special guests Bill Hennessey, St Louis Tea Party Activist and blogger will be discussing what information the Missouri Department of Revenue is collecting on you and sending to Homeland security against Missouri statute.
Sherman Christopher Graves, Corporate Security Advisor for AB/Former Law Enforcement official/Conceal Carry instructor will be discussion what rights you have to protect yourself and what does conceal carry mean in Missouri.
The meeting will be Tuesday, 4/9/13, at 7pm at Centennial Commons in University City, Mo.
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